Cathedral City Senior Center


The mission of the Cathedral City Senior Center is to improve the quality of life for seniors 55+ living in Cathedral City and surrounding communities. The purpose of the Center is to assist all seniors, from the active to the home-bound, by providing services that channel energy, relieve suffering and protect health, happiness and well-being. The Center offers activities and services which include social, recreational, educational and health-related programs to over 600 members and many others who are directly involved with the Center from the community at large. Our senior program is staffed by a group of dedicated people who strive to provide a myriad of programs to benefit seniors. Seniors have an opportunity to associate with people their own age, and acquire new friends. Activities include art classes, bingo, various crafts, card games such as bridge, bunco, mahjong, exercise classes, dance classes, computer classes, health related lectures and other activities. Our Community Partners assist with health care referrals, food stamps, Medicaid and Medicare, low income housing referrals, assisted living referrals, care giver referrals, home weatherization, utility rebate information and other issues faced by senior renters and homeowners. There are also legal aid referrals with a local attorney. We are very proud of our Food Pantry Program which provides food and support to low-income seniors and our neighboring community. The project emphasizes treating everyone with dignity and respect while providing an efficient and low cost way to get food to those that need it most. Our partners in this program are F.I.N.D. (Food In Need of Distribution), Trader Joes, Hidden Harvest, the Cities of Cathedral City and Rancho Mirage and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The Cathedral Center also offers a healthy Congregate Meal program five days per week provided by The Mizell Senior Center and their Meals on Wheels program. As a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, it would not be possible to operate the Center without the support of our individual donors, municipal and foundation grants, special events, endowments, Business Partners and our dedicated volunteers. Their generosity allows the Cathedral Center to continue, to expand programs, and to develop specialized activities for the needs of the community. Donations and gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the IRS. Sponsored by Grace Helen Spearman Charitable Foundation

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Contact Name Robert McKechnie, Executive Director - (760) 321-1548 -


37171 West Buddy Rogers Avenue
Cathedral City, CA


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Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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